Bring Back the ‘Good Times’ With Exercise

Bring Back the ‘Good Times’ With Exercise

With the continued gloomy economy, fitness experts are warning that this is not the time for people to neglect their exercise regimes because the endorphins released during exercise give energy and a natural burst of the much needed ‘feel good’ factor. According to (insert name), of Focus Training; “The body’s natural ‘feel good’ chemical, endorphin, makes a person relaxed, less stressed and therefore more able to cope with the pressures of the current economic climate. The danger if they stop exercising is that people will turn to other, less healthy ways of trying to make themselves feel better such as drinking more alcohol, eating more food and smoking.”

In the short term, individuals will experience weight gain and general lack of well being, however, the long term effects of this will impact on both the individual’s health and the rising cost of healthcare in the UK. Obesity, for example can lead to lifestyle diseases such as hypertension, diabetes and heart disease putting massive extra strain on the NHS. (Spokesperson) says, “This is the time to keep explaining the positives of health and fitness to your customers to help them to reap the benefits of good health, especially now, when they may need it more than ever.”

Focus Training
"Bring Back the ‘Good Times’ With Exercise" was added to your basket.
View Basket
More Info?
Close Form

Pop your details in the form and a member of our team will be in touch!

*The information you provide will never be shared with any third party. We may also contact you from time to time with any offers and promotions.